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The LGBT people in the UK and across Europe has started to become more inclusive and accepting. However, the church has mixed responses with many LGBT feeling ostracised marginalised, and at times invisible, within evangelical churches. Some churches are beginning to embrace an inclusive approach, but the often the voice of LGBT people can be lost particularly as it is not always clear what reception they may face or how to discuss their Christian faith.

This conference  is the first in a series exploring how to help LGBT people and their families and friends explore way to find a voice for LGBT people within the Christian church. The conference is being lead by Rachel Mann  whose own journey has given her a unique voice as a priest, poet, journalist and transgendered person. You can find out more about her here: http://rachelmann.co.uk

If you are would like to attend the conference the link to Eventbrite online booking and payment is here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/finding-a-voice-the-eflgc-autumn-2016-conference-with-rachel-mann-tickets-25584568132

Alternatively you can download the booking form and  post your completed form and payment  using this booking form:

PDF Version: booking form

Word version: booking form-1

Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment. We look forward to welcoming you to the conference.

 

Costs:

Whole weekend with full board: £170 per person (Special discounted rate for 1st time attenders: £140 per person)

Saturday only (including all refreshments and evening meal): £50 per person (Special discounted rate for 1st time attenders: £40 per person)

Saturday only (including all refreshments except evening meal): £35 per person

 

Holland House:

Holland House has been providing hospitality as a retreat house since Mrs Holland gifted the house and grounds to the Bishop of Worcester in 1946. The House is now run as an Independent Charitable Trust and welcomes individuals and groups from all walks of life to experience the tranquility of the House and gardens and the opportunities for reflection and sharing with others in a place which is ‘in harmony with creation’.

Situated in the Worcestershire countryside Holland House is easily accessible and welcomes visitors from both near and far for a day or longer.

For a map, click here (or enter WR10 3NB into your satnav!).

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